This is more of a placeholder to find the location where I mention the print capability of Snap! C++.
The idea is simple: remove all the bells and whistles so one can print a page on white paper. This means a plain white background and in general black text. (We may even want to offer a black and white version.)
We could also add specific counters that are shown to website owners that tell them how many times users went to the print version (this does not mean they printed the page, but at least that they visited it.)
One important aspect of a print page: it is often saved for record. For this reason it is a good idea (although not required) to create absolute paths for everything (anchors, images, etc.)
See (Print Version)